Green Belt XL can be used by Six Sigma Teams throughout the DMAIC methodology to build consensus and perform rapid, easy to understand analysis of any process. It includes all the popular analyses included in our SPC IV Excel software, as well as Matrix Diagrams and Prioritization Matrices.
Pareto Diagrams to properly scope the project.
Matrix Diagrams to select projects aligned with organizational objectives.
Prioritization matrices to prioritize options relative to weighted criteria; to reduce a large collection of ideas to a workable list of potential items.
- X-Bar Chart with Range chart or Sigma chart
- Individual X / Moving Range chart with control limits based on Normal or Non-Normal distributions
- Moving Average charts with Moving Range, Range or Sigma Chart
- Attribute Charts (NP, C, U, and P charts) and Run charts
Built-in control chart features include:
- Multiple control regions to show process shifts. Each region's control limits based on data (all or portion); user-defined levels; other region.
- Auto-drop automatically removes out of control groups from calculations.
- Process capability with control charts and Histograms using Normal or Non-normal distributions.
- Batch Mean (aka "Between/Within") charts analyze multiple process streams.
Box-Whisker Plots to compare location and spread of factors.
Scatter Diagrams with Regression to analyze sources of variation, determine process drivers, and analyze residuals.
Control Charts to differentiate between special cause and common cause variation.
Normal Probability Plots with goodness of fit test to verify normality of residuals.
Matrix Diagrams to ensure proposed solutions are aligned with customer and organizational requirements.
Box-Whisker Plots to compare process performance pre- and post-improvement.
Control Charts to evaluate effects of process changes.
Control Charts to verify continued process stability, with Process Capability Analysis to measure improved performance.
Gage R&R Analysis with Repeatability and Reproducibility control charts to verify Measurement Systems' capabilities for new process and qualify operators on measurement system.